Congratulations to the Cougar Baseball team on defeating So. Calloway this past week and advancing to the MSHSAA Final Four Championships!
Come on out to the ballpark and join the rest of Cougar Nation on June 1 for the semi-final game against Fatima High School. Be sure to wear Cougar colors and cheer loudly!!
Date: June 1, 2015
Admission: $7.00 – K – Adult (no passes or discounts)
Location: T.R. Hughes Ballpark – 100 T.R. Hughes Boulevard, O’Fallon, MO 63366
Directions: From I-70 West exit on T.R. Hughes Blvd and take a left (north) from the off-ramp and continue on for approximately one mile. The Ballpark is on the righ-hand side at the corner of T.R. Hughes Blvd. and Tom Ginnever Avenue.
Parking and Admission:
- Parking: Public parking is located adjacent to the stadium off of 900 T.R. Hughes Blvd. The Stadium Parking lot has a $4 per car parking fee. The public parking lot west of the park is free.
- Admissions: Admission (including handicapped) is gained through the Admission Gate.
- There is no electricity at the Ballpark so video cameras will need battery packs
- Signs and Banners are permissable. However, they must be hung from the top rail of the back row of the stadium. They cannot be hung from the railing next to the field of play or on the fences.
- Spectators are not allowed on the field of play before, during, or after the contest. This is expecially true during the awards ceremony.
Future game times:
- The Championship Game will beplayed on Tuesday, June 2 @ 1:30pm at T.R. Hughes
- The 3rd Place Game will be played on Tueday, June 2 @ 10:30am at T.R. Hughes
The 2015 Cougar Baseball Team beat Wright City in Districts, Lutheran North in Sectionals, and rallied in the 5th inning to win the Quarterfinal game against South Callaway. Next up FINAL FOUR at T.R. Hughes Ballpark on Monday, June 1 @ 7:00pm. Admission is $7.00 All fans welcome!!! (Note: Stadium parking is $4.00. Public Parking lot west of park is free.)
The Lutheran High Summer Athletic Performance Camp begins on Monday, June 1. Register now to ensure a spot for your athlete! Registration available on the LHS Summer Camps site: http://lutheranhighstcharles.com/athletics/summer-camps/
Performance Coach Arlen Harris will lead all sessions with weekly help from VB Head Coach Sasa Vasilijevic, Girls Basketball Head Coach Erin Pauk, and Boys/Girls Soccer Head Coach Mike Wilhite. Two sessions are being offered –June 1 – 25 and July 6 – 20. Training session times are 8:00 – 9:30am and 9:30 – 11:00am. Athletes will be placed in specific training sessions based on the sports they play.
Note: All registrants will receive an email from Sportssignup within the next 48 hours with their camp session time.
If you are interested in ordering patches for your lettermen jackets, now is the time to do it. Patches are for All-Conference, All-District, All-State performers or when a team wins the AAA Conference, MSHSAA Districts, or State Championship. If you want to order one and have it delivered to LHS, the cost per patch is $20. Patch order forms are available online http://lutheranhighstcharles.com/athletics/files/2012/07/Crown-Chenille-Order-Sheet.pdf or stop by the athletic office to get a copy. Checks can be made payable to LHS. Order Deadline is Friday, June 5.
Due to Summer Camps being held in the gym, Volleyball and Basketball open gyms will be moved to local grade school gyms on the dates listed below:
Tuesday, June 2 – Open Gym Girls Basketball will be held at Immanuel St. Charles from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm (change due to boys basketball camp in the LHS gym)
Wednesday, June 3 – Open Gym Volleyball will be held at Zion from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm (change due to boys basketball camp in the LHS gym)
Monday, June 8 – Open Gym Boys Basketball will be held atImmanuel St. Charles from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm (change due to volleyball camp in the LHS gym)
Tuesday, June 9 – Open Gym Girls Basketball will be held at Immanuel St. Charles from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm (change due to volleyball camp in the LHS gym)
Check back for open gym locations on June 22 and June 24.
As we enter the summer months, our teams and activities will begin to have open gyms, practices, and camps to prepare for the 2015-2016 school year. See below to find more detailed information on the LHS activities scheduled for this summer. Contact Jana Leppien with any additional questions: email@example.com
New additions to the 2015 LHS Summer Camps – http://lutheranhighstcharles.com/athletics/summer-camps/
- Tennis Camp – June 22-26 @ Fort Zumwalt East
- Summer Performance Camp – training sessions will be led by LHS coaches, including Soccer, Volleyball, Football, Basketball, and Baseball coaches. Performance Coach Arlen Harris will lead all sessions. 2 Sessions offered – June 1 – 25 and July 6 – 30.
Lutheran High is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of JV girls basketball coach for the 2015-2016 school year.
Any interested individuals should submit the following to the Lutheran High School Activities Director, Doug Kuhlmann:
1. A letter of interest, with a brief statement of your teaching/coaching philosophy.
3. Two letters of recommendation
Questions? Contact Doug Kuhlmann @ DKuhlmann@lhssc.org or (314) 497-3014
The deadline for submitting the necessary paperwork is Friday, June 5.
Jr. Cougar Football Registration for 6th-8th grade – May 7 at 7:30pm @ LHS.
Click for more details: Jr. Cougar Flyer
Lutheran High School is proud to announce the hiring of Julie Foelsch as our Pom Coach for 2015-2016. Julie brings extensive knowledge, experience and Christian leadership to the Lutheran High dance program.
Julie brings 21 years experience as a dancer, instructor, and choreographer in both school settings and in dance studios. She is a graduate of Hazelwood West High School where she was a member of the dance squad for four years. Away from LHS, she is a healthcare professional.
Julie looks forward to the opportunity to lead the Cougars while she continues her work as a nurse. Lutheran High School believes that Julie brings a Christian demeanor, positive attitude, strong work ethic and a passionate personality which will leave a lasting impact on LHS and the greater community.
Lutheran High School is proud to announce the hiring of Sasa Vasiljevic as the Head Varsity Volleyball Coach for 2015. “Coach Sass” brings extensive knowledge, experience and Christian leadership to the Lutheran High volleyball program.
Sasa graduated from Bayless High School in 2005 where he was a member of the basketball and volleyball teams. He continued playing volleyball at Lindenwood University in 2006, where he was immediately named team captain for the program and continued until his graduation in 2009. He graduated from Lindenwood with a B.A. in Marketing with a minor in Computer Science and is currently in the process of obtaining his MBA from the Lindenwood University School of Business & Entrepreneurship. After his graduation, he has served in various roles at Lindenwood: the athletic office, the office of Compliance for NCAA, and at the collegiate bookstore.
Coach Sass has a rich background in volleyball. Currently, Sasa is the director of the St. Charles Elites VBC. Prior to starting STC Elites VBC, Vasiljevic served as a head coach for St. Charles Xplosion VBC in 2011-2012 and as an assistant coach at Lindenwood University for Men’s and Women’s volleyball program from 2008-2011. Besides his duties as Club Director and Director of Player Development at St. Charles Elites VBC, Vasiljevic is a lead camp coach for Gold Medal Squared and has done over two dozen camps all over the country. Coach Sass’s seven years’ experience as the head and assistant coach of highly competitive men’s and women’s volleyball teams and clubs have prepared him well for leading the Cougars. He has a successful track record of managing athletic programs, recruiting, and developing talent at the high school, junior varsity, and varsity levels.
Coach Sass looks forward to the opportunity to lead the Cougars while he continues his work at Lindenwood University and other volleyball opportunities. Lutheran High School believes that Coach Sass brings a Christian demeanor, positive attitude, strong work ethic and a passionate personality which will leave a lasting impact on the Lutheran High volleyball program and the greater community.